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  1. Programming Windows Mobile 4 or 5 aplications

    Hello, does anybody have experience in developing aplications on Linux for Pocket PC's having Windows Mobile 4 or 5? How can I start? Maybe there...

    Started by wir3d, 10-18-2006
    • Replies: 4
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    10-21-2006 Go to last post
  2. how to find physical address of kernel virtual address

    Hi All, My kernel module recieve some virtual address from other module. This virtual can be kernel logical address or kernel virtual address. ...

    Started by kushneeraj, 10-21-2006
    • Replies: 0
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  3. help executing C file

    I have just started writing simple C programs on Debian Linux. The file hello.c compiled correctly (cc hello.c) creating the hello.c~ and a.out...

    Started by Shorinhio, 10-20-2006
    • Replies: 3
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  4. Arrow How to run file .class by gcj?

    I use gcj to complie file hello.java . But i can't run it. How to run file hello.class by gcj?? :confused:

    Started by little_fire, 10-20-2006
    • Replies: 6
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  5. Shell source code

    I need the shell source code (in C) for Linux. I found a sh-utils directory with different source code files in C such as man, tty, pwd source codes....

    Started by drimades, 10-20-2006
    • Replies: 1
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  6. Reading a CSV File and outputting a text file

    I am reading a csv formatted file and outputting it into a text file using Perl 5.6 For the life of me I cannot figure out what I am doing wrong. I...

    Started by tporritt, 10-18-2006
    • Replies: 1
    • Views: 1,438
    10-19-2006 Go to last post
  7. Library Linking in GCC

    Ok, I know I am missing something truly elemental but I need help. First off, let me apologize for my inexperience. I am just starting use of Linux...

    Started by newbie-wan, 10-17-2006
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  8. POSIX signals

    This may be kind of a stupid idea, but it's more of a thought experiment than anything. Let's say in the event of a segmentation fault, I stupidly...

    Started by Javasnob, 10-18-2006
    • Replies: 2
    • Views: 1,014
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  9. A good C++ IDE (in fact - editor)

    Hi guys!:) I've been a C programmer, but now I have to write in C++. And now I need a little more options, supported by my editor. I like vim but...

    Started by Sh1r0, 10-18-2006
    • Replies: 6
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  10. can i change the color of PROMPT ?

    in terminal, color of Prompt 'sandra@magical-castle: ~\ $' is white. its really tough to figure out where it is after executing command. screen...

    Started by sandra_777, 10-17-2006
    • Replies: 5
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  11. cross-compiling

    How can I compile a program on a platform (for example amd64) so that it will executable on another platform(for example x86)? Is it possible to...

    Started by charmik24, 10-17-2006
    • Replies: 4
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  12. The Client / Server Communications for C

    I have a basic knowledge in using C programming, it's difficult to me to learn more about a client/server communication. Here, i need an example of...

    Started by juliza, 10-18-2006
    • Replies: 1
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  13. Porting a stackable file system to 2.7.13

    I ported a working piece of software (stackable filesystem) from linux 2.6.11 to 2.6.17.13. One of the major changes are to the inode semaphores...

    Started by gopala.surya, 10-14-2006
    • Replies: 1
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  14. Can Linux server start appl. on Win box?

    My office has ~24 Windows machines connected to a Windows file server. I want to provide a Linux web interface for a few features, including access...

    Started by drakebasher, 10-17-2006
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  15. C/C++ how to receive bash pipe

    Hi, I would like to create a program that could receive the pipe signal. Ie: ps al | my_program I know how to share a pipe between 2...

    Started by weeb0, 10-16-2006
    • Replies: 8
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  16. kernel

    hi all, can anyone give some of the PDF's or some tutorials to understand the kernel and programming in kernel ? thanks.

    Started by lovlin, 09-13-2006
    • Replies: 9
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  17. Talking CPU Usage Calculation

    I'm writing a program to read out cpu usage and display it on screen . In linux i know there is /proc/stat. I have read it but don't know how to ...

    Started by helpmeforlinux, 10-17-2006
    • Replies: 1
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  18. convert stream to libstream.so

    Hi... I will trying the convert streamer program to streamer library... I change in the code of xawtv "xawtv/console/Subdir.mk": ...

    Started by kapachov, 10-17-2006
    • Replies: 0
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  19. Execution in bash and csh

    Hi I have a very simple program (Hello World) writen in C, and after compilig with "gcc" and executing in bash, gives me an error: home/me# ....

    Started by morondongo, 10-16-2006
    • Replies: 2
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    10-17-2006 Go to last post
  20. reading directory.

    hello all, i want to read the multiple files in c++. but my file names are random and i need to read it one after other . kindly help me. I...

    Started by neo_raj, 10-16-2006
    • Replies: 4
    • Views: 1,417
    10-17-2006 Go to last post

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